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November-14-17
Linda,Dan & Eric
We are so sad for this news!
I loved when you guys came into my barbershop for a trim.
Always we would end up talking music. I loved it
John was the ultimate gentleman.
I will miss him
Sincerely
Alan and Karen
November-09-17
I worked for John for many years and he was the most decent, funny and gracious boss I ever had. I am so terribly sorry to hear of his passing. My condolences to his whole family. Adele
October-31-17
My condolences to John's family on his passing. In Pace Requiescat. Vic Simeoni
October-31-17
Saddened to hear that John has died. He was a knowledgeable and entertaining companion in the Parliamentary Counsel Office in Dublin. And he struck me as a very honourable and honest man.

I was delighted to learn from him that he had been born in Scotland. Not far from where I was born. He was hoping to revisit his birthplace. I hope he did.
October-30-17
Very sorry to hear about John's passing. We were classmates at View Royal School in the late '40s and early '50s. He was a class act and I had great respect for him. My condolences to his family. You will surely miss him.
October-28-17
I am very sad to learn of John's demise. He was a delightful companion during the time I knew him in Ireland when, like me, he worked in the Irish Office of Parliamentary Counsel as a Consultant Parliamentary Counsel during the 'noughties'
October-28-17
Dear Linda and family, we are so sorry to hear of John's passing ! Although we have lost touch over the years, we remember John as a devoted and loving father and husband. Our thoughts and love are with you hugs all around❤Ian and Doreen Appleton and family.
October-27-17
John was a fine fellow, good rugby player. Drove buses with him in 1963/64 for BC Hydro. Gone too soon.

Terry Murphy
October-27-17
Dear Family of John

We called him Red Eye. Not because he had a red eye but because there was a Red Eye Hay in the NHL, and because of some mixup on names, and because of his Red Eye - like dash on the ruggah field.

John was a proud, bright, strong guy and a real pleasure to know.

I regret we lost touch. We were good friends in our youth.

Trude and I send our condolences.

Craig and Trudean Andrews
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